Backing a Circle as Turnaround Preparation

With Richard Caldwell There are many ways to prepare your horse for the maneuver known as the turnaround. In the last few issues we have...

Make the Right Thing Comfortable

With Bryan Neubert Many times we find that horses have a side that they are comfortable with us on and a side that they would...

The Via Appia

Written by Bettina Drummond This article originally appeared in Eclectic Horseman Issue No.9 Editor’s Note: The term “Iberian” refers to the peninsula where the modern countries of...

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Horsemanship Skills

Learning Feel

Written by Wendy Murdoch This article originally appeared in Eclectic Horseman Issue No.51 For over 20 years I have taught the biomechanics or "how" of riding....

Leveling Your Seat Bones

I Wish I Were in Africa

For Visual Learners

Build Your Confidence

One of Many Ways

Written by Joe Wolter This article originally appeared in Eclectic Horseman Issue No.46 I am going to share something I learned the other day with a horse...

Catching Up on Rope Exposure

With Bryan Neubert At a recent clinic Bryan demonstrated how he might get a colt used to a rope touching him on the hind legs...

Taking a Different Approach; Sorting It Out With Joe Wolter

Written by Patti Hudson Photos by Eric Sines This article originally appeared in Eclectic Horseman Issue No.71 I had just finished shoeing my horse, and was unkinking...

Backing a Serpentine

With Mindy Bower A backed serpentine should look just like a forward serpentine: a series of half circles connected by straight lines when changing...

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